2014 Denominational News & Press Releases

16 December 2014 Reflexión para el Cuarto Domingo de Adviento 21 de diciembre de 2014

15 December 2014 Reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Advent 21 December 2014

12 December 2014 Black LGBT Religious Leaders Act with Historically Black Churches: “Black Bodies Matter”

11 December 2014 Reflexión del Tercer Domingo de Adviento 14 de diciembre de 2014

9 December 2014 Racism and Eric Garner — TAKE ACTION!

8 December 2014 Reflection for the Third Sunday of Advent 14 December 2014

4 December 2014 Transform the World with your end-of-year donation

4 December 2014 Reflexión para el Segundo Domingo de Adviento 7 de diciembre de 2014

4 December 2014 Reflection for the Second Sunday of Advent 7 December 2014

27 November 2014 Reflexión para el Primer Domingo de Adviento 30 Noviembre 2014

25 November 2014 Ferguson and Racism: An Epistle to America

24 November 2014 Reflection for the First Sunday of Advent 30 November 2014

21 November 2014 Statement in response to immigration reform actions by U.S. President Barack Obama

17 November 2014 Statement: World AIDS Day

28 July 2014 JOIN WORLD DAY OF ACTION AGAINST JAMAICA’S ANTI-BUGGERY LAW

19 July 2014 MCC Moderator to Witness Signing of Presidential Executive Orders with NO Exemptions

18 July 2014 Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches Calls for Moment of Prayer In Face of Tragedies and Violence

11 July 2014 Metropolitan Community Church Response to Children’s Immigration Crisis

1 July 2014 MCC Moderator: “Religion Will be an Excuse to Discriminate”

25 June 2014 FIRST-EVER (USA) NATIONAL HIV TESTING WEEK

12 June 2014 MCC Moderator Urges Southern Baptists to Stop Condemning God

15 May 2014 MCC Moderator Among Key Faith Leaders to Address Climate Change

22 March 2014 We do not celebrate the death of Fred Phelps….We choose love

6 March 2014 First Gathering of Hispanic Ministries Network – A Resounding Success

13 February 2014 EMERGE: SPECIAL EDITION

 

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